The most important cities of California are:
Los Angeles: is one of the world's centers of media, business, and international trade. It
is the second most-populous city in the United States. Los Angeles (and its Hollywood
district) lead the world in producing entertainment such as motion pictures, television,
and recorded music.
San Diego: sits in the extreme south of California on the border with Mexico.
San Jose: was founded on November 29, 1777, as one of the first towns in the Spanis
colony of Nueva California, which later became Alta California.
San Francisco: is a popular international tourist destination renowned for its beauty,
cosmopolitan flair, steep rolling hills, and eclectic mix of Victorian and modern
Sacramento: Sacramento has been the state capital of California since 1854.
According to the 2010 census, Sacramento is the nineteenth most-populous
metropolitan area in the United States.
The sports of California:
The name "Hollywood" was coined by H. J.
Whitley, the "Father of Hollywood". The name is a
reference to the Toyon, a native plant with bright
red winter berries that resemble holly.
At hollywood are made many films.